Dark Mode has not been integrated in Chrome yet, but users can experience it in the Chrome Canary version.
It has been a long time since there was information about Google developing Dark Mode (Dark Mode) for Chrome browser on the computer operating system platform. And this information is quickly proved to be unofficial through developer Peter Kasting. However, it is unclear when Dark Mode on Google Chrome will be released, but in the recently released Chrome Canary version Dark Mode has officially appeared.
If you want to try out Google Chrome’s upcoming Dark Mode, you can do it the following way.
Visit this address (https://www.google.com/chrome/canary/) and download the installation package of the Chrome Canary browser, the latest version.
If you don’t know, Chrome Canary is Chrome’s experimental version of the browser, and it comes with the latest features and maybe these features will appear in the official Chrome version. The installation process requires a computer with an internet connection and it will run in parallel with the pre-installed Google Chrome browser.
After installing Chrome Canary, start the browser.
Go to Settings> Personalization.
Continue clicking on the Colors option.
Find and tick the “Dark” option in the Choose your default app mode section. Then immediately Chrome Canary browser will switch to dark background mode as soon as you check the app mode option.
The difference between Google Chrome dark background mode and Google Chrome incognito mode
There is a problem with applying Dark Model on Chrome, which is finding a way to distinguish between the common dark background interface and the anonymous browsing mode. Because this browse mode also makes the interface darker. However, Google has added an anonymous icon to the right of the browser address bar for users to distinguish.
It is expected that this feature will appear on Chrome version 73 or 74, hoping we will soon experience it when officially released.